User:Ianlopez1115/Sandbox

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OpenGastroMap English cheatsheet

German English
Nicht Erfasst Status unknown
Nichtraucher Non-smoking
Gemischt Designated areas only
Raucher Establishment is smoker-friendly
Editierbar Object is editable

Task Force Retail Areas

Goals

  • Document shopping malls, department stores and other retail areas
  • Map such places according to current OSM (and OSMPH) standards/guidelines

Tagging

Description Tag(s) Notes
Area of mall/mall grounds shop=mall and landuse=retail
Mall operator operator=* The company that owns/operates the mall (May not apply in certain cases)
Internet access internet_access=wlan for retail areas with WiFi
Opening hours opening_hours=* Provides info about a mall's opening and closing time
Wikipedia article wikipedia=en:Name of article

The OpenFireMap Project

Moved to OpenFireMap

OpenFireMap HOWTO

Moved to OpenFireMap-HowTo

VAT Identification Numbers

Description Tag(s) Notes
Type of business, amenity, shop, office or facility amenity=* or shop=* or office=*
Business, amenity, shop, office or facility operator operator=* Individual or entity that owns/operates said business, amenity, shop, office or facility
VAT Identification Number ref:vatin=PHxxxxxxxxxxxx Country code used for VAT identification number in the Philippines (known as Tax Identification Number or TIN) is PH. TIN is issued regardless if businesses, amenities, shops, offices or facilities are subject to value added tax/gross sales tax or not.

Flags

Image Tag(s) Notes
Flag of the Republic of the Philippines
Example of a national flag
Flag of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao
Example of a regional flag
Flag of the City of Cavite
Example of a city/municipal flag
Philippine Customs Ensign
Example of a governmental flag
Flag of the Philippine Armed Forces
Example of a military flag
Christian Flag
Example of a religious flag
Flag of Kekistan
Example of a flag depicting a fictional entity

Philippine Footprints Abroad

This side project documents places connected to the Philippines, Philippine history and individual Filipinos outside Philippine territory.

Places to be mapped

  • Embassies and consulates
  • Establishments owned by members of the Philippine community or Philippine-based companies
  • Streets named after geographical/historic figures connected to the Philippines, Philippine history and individual Filipinos
  • Flagpoles displaying the Philippine flag

Overlaps

  • Lynchings and incidents involving or targeting either Filipinos or people of Filipino descent (refer to United States/Racism page for United States-specific examples, other references to follow)
  • Tagging of features based on country-specific standards and practices (refer to standards and conventions of individual countries and respective subareas, assistance may be sought through contacts listed via the OSM Community Index)

Tagging

Tag(s) Features Notes and examples
Diplomatic missions of the Philippines Embassy of the Philippines in the United States
Flagpoles that display the Philippine flag Usually found in diplomatic missions of the Philippines. In some cases, the flag is found in parks honoring individuals and groups such as the Vietnam War memorial outside the Universal Shopping Center in Little Saigon, Houston, Texas and a spot close to the Jose Rizal Monument in Lincoln Park, uptown Chicago, Illinois. Some private companies and individuals display this flag on a (semi-)permanent basis.
Specialty restaurants that predominantly serve Filipino cuisine. Jollibee does not predominantly serve Filipino cuisine, is classified under cuisine=burger
Name and name etymology One example is Itliong Lane, named after Larry Itliong

Documentation

To follow

Expressway interoperability

Expressway Cash payment[1] Payment via AutoSweep RFID[2] Payment via EasyTrip RFID[3]
Cavite–Laguna Expressway (CALAX) yes[4] yes[5] yes
Cebu–Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) no[6] unknown unknown
Central Luzon Link Expressway (CLLEX) no[6] unknown unknown
Manila–Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX) yes[4][7] yes[5] yes
Metro Manila Skyway yes[4] yes no
Muntinlupa–Cavite Expressway (MCX) yes[4][8] yes no
NAIA Expressway (NAIAX) yes[4] yes no
North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) yes[4][9] yes[5] yes
South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) yes[4] yes no
Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR) yes[4] yes no
Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) yes[4] yes[5] yes
Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway (TPLEX) yes[4] yes no
  1. Uses the payment:cash=* key
  2. Uses the payment:autosweep_rfid=* key
  3. Uses the payment:easytrip=* key
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 Cash is accepted in expressways until November 2, 2020 per Department of Transportation Department Order 2020-012 (https://www.miaa.gov.ph/Miaa/images/stories/Announcements2020/20200828-DOTr-DO-2020-012.pdf)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Requires that AutoSweep RFID users enroll to an EasyTrip account, refer to https://cavitexpressway.com/news-and-events/nlex-sctex-cavitex-accepts-autosweep-rfid and https://easytrip.ph/selection.html for instructions
  6. 6.0 6.1 Cash no longer accepted as expressway will be operational after November 2, 2020
  7. Includes C5 Southlink Expressway (CAVITEX - C-5 Link Expressway)
  8. The toll system used by MCX is connected with SLEX, refer to comment from MCX's operator
  9. Includes Subic–Tipo Expressway (Subic Freeport Expressway/SFEX)